For those of us who weren't in the Netherlands for the first Sunday in September, here's an hour-long look at the stunning visuals from this year's Bloemencorso Flower Parade. The 76-year-old Dutch tradition is a feast for the eyes, featuring an array of elaborate sculptures made from thousands of dahlias that tower through the streets of Zundert.
MTV's Head of Programming Michael Destiny (or sketch comedian Brian Firenzi) gets brutally honest when answering the age-old question, "Why doesn't MTV play music videos anymore?" Now, go lick your wounds and watch Snookie get drunk and trip over her little meatball feet. It'll make you feel superior.
Developed for whisky drinkers that prefer a chilled dram, Norlan's Rauk tumbler takes its name from the old Scottish word for rock. The glass is made of crystal and precision modeled to touch down on four crystal points, making surface contact but providing the appearance that it's hovering. The Rauk also has extruded v-shaped markings inside that offer friction points for gripping slippery peels in cocktails before you muddle them back to life.
Presented by Norlan.
Winter sportswear began in iconic destinations like St. Moritz and Chamonix influenced by practical military uniforms of the era. The Alpine Outrig Jacket follows in those footsteps, combining overall utility with classic style. Perfect for your next trip down the mountain, but versatile enough for everyday wear, it features a 100% lambswool blend exterior with water-repellent coating along with full grain water-repellent shoulder panels for added durability. It's built to stay warm and dry regardless of your surroundings with water-resistant exterior pockets, an interior waterproof membrane and performance powder skirt, and an embedded hood which is all designed for safety thanks to high visibility emergency orange lining.
Presented by Alps & Meters.
Here's another 10 tricks to keep in your arsenal for when you're short on cash.
Constructed nearly 60 years after World War II, many veterans never got to see the memorial built in their honor. This documentary follows the journey of four World War II veterans who were given the trip of a lifetime and the Wisconsin-based volunteers who made their trip possible for them and thousands of others. Here's the first trailer that inspired over 28,000 people to fill Miller Park in Milwaukee for a Guinness record-breaking screening.